Teaching Mathematics in Diverse Classrooms for Grades 5-8: Practical Strategies and Activities That Promote Understanding and Problem Solving Ability (Paperback)Benny F. Tucker (author), Ann H. Singleton (author), Terry L. Weaver (author)
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In this new resource, secondary classroom teachers, special education teachers, and teachers of mathematics in inclusion classrooms get practical help for connecting what students already know about mathematics to what they need to know-while improving learning and recall. Through a variety of straight-forward, easy-to-use lesson plans and learning activities that illustrate specific mathematical concepts and skills, Teaching Mathematics in Diverse Classrooms, 5-8 emphasizes the premise that effective mathematics teaching promotes understanding-and understanding provides sound bases for skill development and better retention of material.
Publisher: Pearson Education (US)
Number of pages: 312
Weight: 717 g
Dimensions: 280 x 220 x 2 mm
Relevant and useful information related to conceptualizing and practicing specific math skills.
Beginning teachers often fall `victim' to using published materials `as is' and this book provides repeated examples of how teachers can adjust the materials that are provided to them by district-selected curricula.
-Rebecca Swanson Gehrke, Professor, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
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